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The first week of the free NFL agency is when splashes are made.
Normally, teams signed well, not good, players on big deals. But to successfully claim success during regular periods, they must win the second and third wave of free agency. Teams who find hard contributors at this stage often have success success.
In this sense, we see the best available players in every free agency position.
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The 2019 free agent class does not have many select talents in the broader position of the receiver, especially outside the receiver. However, it is a deep group that has some potential starters left in the market.
The highest receiver available is Chris Conley, chosen by Chiefs in the third round of the 2015 draft. While Conley is almost a No. 3 recipients for Kansas City, she shows flashes of stardom. In 2018, Conley played behind Tyreek Hill and Sammy Watkins, earning 32 passes for 334 yards in 16 games.
In NFL Scouting Combine, Conley showed his elite athleticism, running 4.35 40-yard dash to 213 pounds. He graduated in the 99 percentile of athleticism, according to the Three Sigma Athlete. The 6 & # 39; 3 "wideout is not a ton of production in his name (only 104 career catches), but he has proven a reliable target in the third down.
If a team is looking for an outside receiver in the some young people (26) and speed, Conley is not a bad option at this stage of the free agency.
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Jared Cook is one of the best players still on the market, where the consideration of what the league wants to pay is just a snap-off of the offseason.
In 2018, he set the reception career (68) yards (896) and touchdowns (six) and made Pro Bowl Si Cook make a solid connection with Carr, who became his favorite receiver especially the third down.
While he was still a blocker, Cook is one of the more dynamic receiver in the league in his position, especially after the catch. at 360sportradar, 343 of his receiving yards took place after the catch, the sixth-most in the NFL.  Pass-heavy teams are expected to consider signing him shortly.
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However, there are some currently available ones that can start for most teams in 2019, and one such player is Josh Sitton, formerly of Miami Dolphins.
Sitton missed most of the 2018 season, as he suffered a shoulder injury on Sunday 1. Prior to that, he became the model for consistency, starting 135 games in nine seasons. When Sitton was in place, he was one of the best NFL guards, and throughout his 11-year career, he was named the Pro Bowl four times.
While some teams may be scared by his age (32) and recent injury history, Sitton can still play at a high level.
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Suh is perhaps the best player on the market.  In 2018, Suh was an integral part of the Los Angeles Rams' Super Bowl run, but the team did not have space to restore the five-hour All-Pro. Suh is a dominant run defender in the defense of Wade Phillips, who plays all the defensive lines.
In 2018, Suh recorded 59 total tackles, 19 quarterback hits and 4.5 sacks. One of the finest parts of his game is his stamina, as he has had two starts in his career thanks to a suspension of two games in 2011. While the effort may come and go sometimes, he's always available.
Like last Offseason, Suh is likely to find a one-year deal with a range of $ 15 million. Despite being 32, a team believes it is in a Super Bowl window to meet his demands. However, do not be surprised if Suh will cover his next team, as he is the last offseason.
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the average pass-rushers paid to the free agency. Za & # 39; Darius Smith, Preston Smith and Trey Flowers have received a huge deal. But this does not explain the lack of interest in one of the league's best and strongest pass-rushers.
Justin Houston was released by the Kansas City Chiefs earlier in this offseason and still signed a team despite his remarkable resume. Houston is a four-hour Pro Bowler with 78.5 racing sacks in just 96 beginners.
While he had injury problems in the past, he played 27 games over the past two seasons, recording 24 tackles for a loss and 18.5 sacks. With strict production, Houston is arguably the best pass-rusher in this offseason market.
In just 30, he can still contribute to a high level, though he is limited to a pass-rush role only.
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If there is a magnificent position in demand, it's a linebacker.
Players like Kwon Signs Alexander and CJ Mosley are deal-setting deals in the first few days of the league's new year. However, there are some quality linebackers available that can come right in and start for a small number of teams.
One such guy was Zach Brown, whose Washington Redskins recently released.
Brown played in all 16 games for the last season of Redskins, beginning 12. When he was in the field, he was one of the most productive linebackers in the league, recording 250 solo tackles in his last 45 games.
At 29, Brown can still be a productive weak-linebacker that can run from sideline to sideline. Hopefully he will sign up quickly and come back again next time.
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For whatever reason, the cornerback market has not seen a ton of interest in the first wave of the free agency. There are many quality players available that can be started for most teams. One of such players is Morris Claiborne, who plays in the last two seasons in the New York Jets.
Ability has never been a problem for Claiborne, but he has struggled to stay healthy throughout his career. However, he started 30 games for the Jets in the last two seasons.
At 29, Claiborne is likely to be a long-term solution, but may be a good one-year rental that can provide high-end play for cheap. He is easily the best outside cornerback still in the market.
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Unlike previous years, market safety is booming ahead of the free agency. Players like Landon Collins, Earl Thomas and Adrian Amos have earned huge deals. However, there are some quality starter still left.
One is Tre Boston, who took one year, prove-it's the last time deal. He started 13 games for the Arizona Cardinals last season, winning 79 tackles and taking three interception.
At age 26, Boston begins to gain the strength of his career. If teams are looking for a real free safety, he is the best option in the market. If nothing else, he gives a strong depth for a fraction of the price that some other safes have received in the early offseason period.